Scandinavian language

NOUN
  1. the northern family of Germanic languages that are spoken in Scandinavia and Iceland
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How To Use Scandinavian language In A Sentence

  • The tripartite division was East Germanic (Gothic and other extinct languages), West Germanic (German, Dutch, English), and North Germanic (Danish and the other Scandinavian languages.) languagehat.com: LOWLANDS LANGUAGES.
  • Take a look at the definite article for instance, which is denoted by a suffix in the Scandinavian languages ("bord-et", "banan-en"), and only precedes nouns as a distinct word in the West Germanic manner when the nouns are qualified by adjectives ("det nye hus" instead of "huset"). languagehat.com: LOWLANDS LANGUAGES.
  • The tripartite division was East Germanic (Gothic and other extinct languages), West Germanic (German, Dutch, English), and North Germanic (Danish and the other Scandinavian languages.) languagehat.com: LOWLANDS LANGUAGES.
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